There's another area in her family room where Kim senses a presence. The medium says it's a portal to the other side, which Kim is cool with, as long as no crazies pop out of there.
Back to Yolanda and the kids head to Mohamed's for a visit. And they're bearing gifts: huge bags of lemons. I can't.
Anyway, Yolanda explains that she was married to Mohamed for a long while, and never wanted the children to get caught up in any messiness after the divorce. Very nice.
Wait. Faye is back, too? Am I being punished? She and Kyle are buying mannequins for this store that Faye is decorating for Kyle. She's partnering with the owners of this store she fell in love with in Boca Raton, and is opening a store in Beverly Hills.
Which opens the door for Faye to plug her design company and share her list of celebrity clients. The rest of the scene involves Kyle groping the mannequins and making the sales representative all types of uncomfortable.
Brandi has dinner with Marissa and her brother and her husband, Dean. As soon as Brandi sits down, things start to get awkward, with Marissa explaining that Dean is completely not her type, but she ended up with him anyway. Dean tries to laugh it off, but judging the look on his face, they're definitely discussing that when they get home.
Dean, who comes from a long line of film industry greats, loves working on indies, but Marissa really wishes he'd do a studio picture, to make more money.
One of the independent films he'll be working on shoots in Romania, which leads Brandi to reminisce about a trip she took there with her ex. He was in a film that was being shot there, and she was hesitant to leave him there unattended because the local women were so beautiful.
She jokes a little with Marissa about it, but then notes that she can't joke that way with any of the other wives, except Lisa. Marissa shares Brandi's verbal diarrhea issue, so they may be perfect for each other.
Brandi's teaching some class in Vegas about women's empowerment and "finding your sexy" and invites some of the ladies, including Marissa, to join in.
Nearing the end of the episode, everyone heads to an art exhibition opening to support their friend Daniel. Brandi calls Kyle before hand wanting to smooth things over after her fight with Mauricio. Kyle's very gracious about it, and may be slowly getting off of my Ick List.
May I start the recap of the gallery show by saying that while everyone looked amazing, Yolanda freaking slayed. That dress, the messy bun. Yes.
Immediately, Yolanda falls in love with one of Daniel's paintings, but she is not about paying that $14,000 for it. She decides to haggle, asking to get it for half off.
Since Brandi and Kyle have been playing nice, Brandi decides to invite her to Vegas next week. Which sounds like a disaster in the works, so that's promising.
OMG! Paris shows up -- as in Paris Hilton -- and she's getting ready to perform in her first concert. All of the early 2000s nostalgia that's wrapped up in that girl. Sheesh.
Across the room, Marissa is still forging onward in her campaign to let the world know just how unattractive she thinks her husband truly is. She says she's just been looking at him for so long that she can't tell if he's good-looking. They married young and he's so in love with her, but she also thinks she should've waited because she didn't really know who she was when she met him.
Mauricio's got a peace offering for Ken. It's a bottle of gin, but Ken isn't about to taste it. He's got another engagement to hit with Lisa after. Plus, he looks like he still wants to knock out Mauricio's teeth on Brandi's behalf.
Next time: Stripper poles, relationship advice from Yolanda (and Brandi), Vegas and plastic surgery.